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In a nutshell

tyny.dev is an API as a Service and allows you to build your custom JSON API in a matter of minutes - without any coding skills or infrastructure needed.

It's a software development tool used by product owners to control the code of their products. Implemented by developers in the right way it can speed up projects and decrease development costs.

Let's have a look at tyny.dev in action when using to control user interfaces.

What tyny.dev does

With tyny.dev you can create and manipulate abstract documents in a standardised format called JSON. The way we do it is comfortable and fun and you don't need knowledge of code. tyny.dev comes with a scalable API to ship your documents into your products. Due to the abstract nature of JSON these documents offer various use cases.

Use cases

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User interfaces

Control your user interfaces with tyny.dev and change them dynamically without product updates, the technical term for this is server-driven UI.

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Domain Specific Languages

Make use of the abstract nature of JSON and control your code with tyny.dev. Could be form generation, configuration of wizards, on-boarding processes, you name it. Be creative.

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Static unstructured data

Some data doesn't fit in a schema. Create your static content with tyny.dev, for example terms and conditions, and use them in all your products.

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Rapid prototyping

No more waiting until the backend team delivers the needed endpoints - mock them now.

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